There are a number of discount schemes in Denmark that can save you time and money when visiting Danish attractions. Cards provide either free admission or discounts and in some cases, free transport.
A Copenhagen Card gives you free and unlimited bus, metro and train travel throughout the Capital Region (HUR-area), which includes North Sealand, Roskilde and Køge. In addition, it offers free visits to over 60 museums and attractions and discounts for more than 20 cultural experiences. You get a free guide with descriptions of all museums, attractions and deals with the purchase of the card.
You can buy the card at Copenhagen Tourist Information, major railway stations, selected tourist agencies, Copenhagen Airport Information Desk and at most hotels, hostels and camping sites in and outside the capital region. See prices and details of the Copenhagen Card scheme here.
The Aarhus Card gives you free admission to 20 attractions and activities and reduced entrance to ARoS and Old Town. The card also gives you free transport by bus and free parking on School Hill Car Park, off Great Belt Bridge.
You can buy the Aarhus Card at the VisitAarhus Welcome Centre, the city's hotels, campgrounds, marinas, hostels and at Aarhus Bus Station. Read more about the Aarhus Card here.
With the Odense City Pass, you get free access to many of Odense's museums, 50% discount on admission to Odense Zoo and free bus services in and around Odense.
Find more information on the Odense City Pass here.
RibePas is Ribe’s discount card. With this, you can get up to 20% discount on a variety of attractions and activities in Ribe, such as Ribe Cathedral, Ribe Art Museum, Ribe Viking Museum and Wadden Sea Centre. You also get a number of restaurant and experience offers. You can buy the pass at Ribe Tourist Office and Ribe Domkirke (Church).
You can read more about RibePas at Visit Ribe’s website.
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